Tarabara research group
Environmental nanotechnology: membranes, particles, interfaces


 

Hang Shi, PhD candidate

Office: 3553 Engineering Building [floor map]
Email: shihang2 at msu.edu
Phone: 517-432-2418 (lab); (517) 353-6883 (office)

Education

MS (2011) Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan
BS (2009) Environmental Science, Donghua University, China

Project

Membrane coatings for enhanced virus removal

Research funding

  • MSU Strategic Partnership: Advanced membrane technologies for a sustainable future

Awards

  • 3rd place award, Poster presentation at the 2012 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium

Publications at MSU

2 papers currently in preparation

Presentations

  1. Shi, H.; Pasco, E. V.; Xagoraraki, I.; Bruening, M. L.; Tarabara, V. V. Anti-adhesive membrane
    coating for virus recovery for rapid detection. ESPP Research Symposium: Water
    for a Sustainable World, East Lansing MI, November 22, 2013

Posters

  1. Wang, F., Shi, H., Tarabara, V. V. Combined effect of sparingly soluble salts and colloids on the desalination performance of reverse osmosis membranes. MSU Engineering Graduate Research Symposium, East Lansing, MI, November 9, 2012

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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